ELawsonMember Since 31 Oct 2011
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I have been programming my entire adult life if you consider 12 adult. Since the Commodore 64 to the Amiga 500 (with 1meg of memory!) to Packard Bells (sears special) Pentium 60mhz windows 3.1. Ah the good O'l Days. Watcom compilers with DOS 4GW anyone remember that? If you do then you probably remember far pointers.
I've written software for PC cash machines & NEC cash registers. I have wrote software for Full-Scale(QF4) and Sub-Scale(BQM-34 and MQM107 E&D) military drones.
Worked on 4 AAA games 3 of which were published (PS3/XBOX360) two of which I got two credits for. After 25 years of programming 14 of them professional, I have learned:
When you hear the phrase "All you have to do is..." tune out and wait for the new CS/CIS grad to shut up.
Management will always promise clients impossible code release dates.
If your computer asks you "Are you sure?" then you are using the wrong OS
Finally... No matter what the project or fashionable programming language there is always "Some assembly required"
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Algorithms, low level coding, 3D-graphics. Computer hardware in general.